Today’s modern aircrafts use 3lt (0.8usg) per 100km (62mi) per seat. No other industry is more technologically advanced than aviation. People’s assumptions are based on figures between 1960 and 1990, where aircraft engines definitely used more fuel than today.
50% of humanity lives in poverty (i.e. they have less than $ 2.- per day to survive) and don’t produce any emissions.25% symbolize the average people on our planet and just 25% are wealthy enough and hence mostly responsible for all manmade emissions.
The climate mania is the best example of negative manifestation and wrong beliefs: since 1980 misleading facts and figures have been shared and people still talk about climate change nearly every single day. Imagine how many years it will take to undo all this misinformation…
We believe we know everything; we believe we have an answer for everything, but we often believe without actually knowing – specially about nature. Whatever happens: Global Warming or new Ice Age – it must be our fault… right?
Remember the heavy snow storm in New York March 21, 2018 and the Niagara Falls were covered with ice during the Winter Season 2017/2018, first time since 1911.
…why is there still the same volume and thickness of ice at the North Pole?
Over the past 15 years the global average temperature for the month of August has decreased by 1.2°C, specially in the northern hemisphere.
The most commonly talked-about topic & the most controversial issue worldwide. Over the past 15 years climate change has turned out to be one of the most successful ways to make money across all countries and industries. We have arrived at a point where people are not able to believe and understand what is right and what is wrong.
This is more than just a theory! We can make it real… every time we fly we multiply the effect – and will have an impact which is visible and meaningful for millions of people every single year.
A $5 donation can truly make a difference. If 100’000 people donate such a small amount, we can create a future, perspectives and hope for thousands of people every single time we fly…